Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Haze"

The meaning of "Haze" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “We can fire up some purple haze and slip away / I could dive into your water / I ain‘t swimming”(I read these sentences in lyrics) mean?
A: "We can fire up some purple haze and slip away" - This is certainly a reference to smoking cannabis.

"I could dive into your water. I ain‘t swimming babe if that's what you like" - He wants to be near her and do what she likes to do. This an adolescent love song. This is also an oblique reference to sexual interest. This is a very clean and proper song of young love. It even includes the phrase "don't rush this love", which indicates that no overt sexual reference is intended, only lightly implied.
Q: What does out of the haze mean?
A: A haze is something such as heat or smoke particles which make the air less clear and thus more difficult to see through.

It’s sort of similar to a fog so “driving out of the haze” would mean driving to somewhere where the air is clearer and therefore the driver can see better.
Q: What does haze mean?
Q: What does haze mean?
A: Haze has two meanings, but in this context it means like a mist or fog. "Heat Haze" is when something is really hot, and it causes the area around it to look wavy, or distorted.
Q: What does hazing mean?
A: it's when (usually on sports teams) a new member of something is bullied. Sometimes it's like a right of passage.

Example sentences using "Haze"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hazing.
A: “The members of the fraternity were caught hazing their pledges and got suspended as a result”
Q: Please show me example sentences with haze.
A: The haze enveloped London

Because of the dense haze, the road was hard to see
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a haze.
A: "I tried talking to her but it was like she was in a haze. She wasn't very responsive. Maybe she hadn't slept..."
"I should make sure to clean my glasses before I drive. When they get dirty it's like I'm looking through a haze."

Synonyms of "Haze" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hazing and bullying ?
A: Hazing could be considered a type of bullying. "Hazing" includes forcing new or potential members of a group to do activities that are often difficult and humiliating in order to join the group or organization (often seen in college fraternities and the military).
Q: What is the difference between There’s a haze hanging over the hills and fields. and There’s a haze over the hills and fields. ?
A: There's not too much difference. The first one seems like there is a haze that has been there longer than normal. The second just seems like there is a haze.
Q: What is the difference between haze and blur ?
A: Haze is often a condition of pollution and/or dust particulates in the air that lowers the ability to see things clearly.
The morning sky was so hazy that I couldn’t see the buildings down the street.

Blur is also a condition of not being able to see things clearly but it is caused by the eyes ability to focus.
We were driving so fast that the shops lining the streets became one large blur.
Q: What is the difference between haze and smog ?
A: Haze can be of natural causes, for example, fog coming in from the ocean.

Smog is specifically a combination of the words "smoke" and "fog", so fog that's created or composed of smoke.

Examples include the haze around major cities caused by cars, or even the haze caused by forest fires (Indonesia especially).

Translations of "Haze"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? haze
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? haze
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Other questions about "Haze"

Q: "The haze was getting in the way the vision of the members of the group."
"There was a haze of dust in my city."
"I was having an alcoholic haze."

(What does "alcoholic haze" mean?) Does this sound natural?
A: Haze has two meanings. 1. related to weather, meaning like fog or mist. 2. related to your state of mind, like confusion or unclear
Q: haze
A: today the big window blow away ........ ?
I don't understand the last words
Q: haze
A: I'm not sure what the other word before "haze" was "blew away the ___ and the haze."

Try pronouncing "haze" as "days" with an "h", "hays".

Hope that helps
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Q: There is a severe haze.
There is severe haze.
Which one is right and why?
Thank you!
A: there is severe haze because haze is uncountable

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